Event Title

Predicting Coaching Effectiveness for Managers as Coaches

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Faculty Sponsor(s)

Joey Collins, Psy.D.

Project Type

Completed quantitative research study

Primary Department

Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Description

The purpose of this study is to examine a Coaching Effectiveness 360 measure, specifically, the relationship between the five competencies of the RACSR model (relationship, assessment, challenge, support, results) and perceptions of coaching effectiveness. Assessment results examined ratings provided by direct reports (N = 1438) evaluating their managers (N = 439). Findings from a multilevel regression indicated that relationships, assessments, and support significantly contributed to explaining the variance in coaching effectiveness. However, challenge and results did not. These findings suggest that when coaching managers should focus primarily on relationships, assessments, and support to provide the maximum return on training investments.

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Predicting Coaching Effectiveness for Managers as Coaches

The purpose of this study is to examine a Coaching Effectiveness 360 measure, specifically, the relationship between the five competencies of the RACSR model (relationship, assessment, challenge, support, results) and perceptions of coaching effectiveness. Assessment results examined ratings provided by direct reports (N = 1438) evaluating their managers (N = 439). Findings from a multilevel regression indicated that relationships, assessments, and support significantly contributed to explaining the variance in coaching effectiveness. However, challenge and results did not. These findings suggest that when coaching managers should focus primarily on relationships, assessments, and support to provide the maximum return on training investments.